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BN TV: Glory Edozien Shares 10 Tips on “How to Make a Nigerian Woman Happy”



Glory Edozien

Glory Edozien is back with a new vlog this week and she dedicates it to all the guys who are loving, crushing on and trying to keep a Nigerian woman!

In this episode of Discovery with Glory,she lists ten tips on how to make a Nigerian woman happy, one of them that we love is “Pray for your woman!”

Watch the video here:


  1. Don

    May 17, 2016 at 8:30 pm

    Support her with money, should be up there,that language that only money speaks makes her believe you love her.

  2. Vidavi

    May 17, 2016 at 9:59 pm

    Isn’t anyone listening? As in do the men care?

  3. Nkechi

    May 17, 2016 at 11:47 pm

    I am so glad you mentioned the way to speak part. Some men are just blatantly rude. You will experience more results if you watch how you communicate. If you don’t like what she does, let her know that you want her to be her best and still love her don’t say it as though you are looking down on her. Verbal abuse hurts relationships. Let the respect be mutual and you will see a change. Remember you have your own faults too and she can decide to make a big issue out of it.

  4. Tobi

    May 17, 2016 at 11:54 pm

    And for the married men please. Don’t cook just once in a year on mother’s day. You can watch TV and wash plates at the same time. If there is some house work to do please help out. How can the same person watching over the kids, bathe them, do the laundary, cook the food, do home work, rush to the grocery, cook for friends, please her boss do it all. FEAR God o.

    • Ngozi

      May 18, 2016 at 2:43 pm

      @Tobi. Please add; turn the generator on, get the handy men and pay the bills. I remember someone told me about a call made out to widows. A woman whose husband sat right by her joined the group. The man was extremely shocked. The woman said ‘Am I not a widow’

  5. Tosin

    May 18, 2016 at 5:42 am

    Glory is a romantic. To make her happy, be a stereotypical manly man big old grizly bear, but on the other hand have the ability to provide a lot of stereotypical romance – dinner and dates, sweetness and consideration, stuff like that.
    Glory, find an omo-mummy man who grew up with many sisters and just happens to look rough and manly on the outside. Or just go and get oyinbo.

    For some women, money is number one. It’s not easy to make money. You do that, you’ve already shown love 😉 #formula #southeast
    For some women, dude be yourself. No need for film tricks. Be a good person. A great person. If you like don’t, no long story, you’re fired.

    For many women, womanly women o, perceptions matter more than substance. They care what random people think – about everything, including their relationship. If you ask a chic to choose between having a happy relationship and being perceived to have a happy relationship, many young women won’t even know what the former means and would choose the latter. I don’t know whether to advice the guys
    – to learn this and go along with the game or
    – to encourage the girl they love to not care so much.
    Maybe someone can enlighten us all on this point.

    Nice topic.

    • Mr. Egghead

      May 18, 2016 at 11:25 am

      Your last paragragh is gold!
      Let me share a quote I read on the dark corners of the internet.
      “Women want a Man who is admired by other Men and desired by other Women.”

  6. Gyasi

    May 18, 2016 at 7:50 am

    How to make a Nigerian woman happy, give her money , more money , and much more money she won’t care if u insult her or not. She won’t care the time of the night I call her she will run to your place . give the girls job let them no how to take care of themselves first and stop using bf as ATM then the men will surely learn to respect them. In Nigeria of today if a girl ask u money and u don’t give ur relationship is sliding down pleased don’t fool yourself.

    • Cocolette

      May 18, 2016 at 8:54 am

      I wonder the sort of hungry girls you have been rolling with

  7. Princess

    May 18, 2016 at 9:12 am

    I seriously wonder what sort of girls you meet. sigh* #fixitjesus

  8. special k

    May 18, 2016 at 10:25 am

    Support her dreams no matter how small, be kind with your words and always remember to compliment her.

  9. DI

    May 21, 2016 at 5:36 am

    Great advise, Glory. This was refreshing.
    Instead of some folks here to pull their ears and listen, they are giving unintelligent unsolicited advise on top the advise Glory dey give! This is why more of such article should be on the regular.

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